Public Health Trust
Carlos Migoya, the newly named CEO of the embattled Jackson Health System found out Thursday how much he’ll be paid for the top job.
After a long, and sometimes contentious discussion, the Jackson Health System voted 9-5 in favor of longtime bank executive and former city manager Carlos Migoya to lead embattled Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Jackson Health System is expected to name its next chief executive on Wednesday, just two days after the President’s Search Committee of the Public Health Trust released the names of its three final candidates for president and CEO of Jackson Health System.
Jackson Health System is another step closer to naming its next chief executive. Monday, the President’s Search Committee of the Public Health Trust released the names of its three final candidates for president and CEO of Jackson Health System.
Jackson Health System is one step closer to naming its next chief executive. Wednesday, the executive search committee of the Public Health Trust released the names of its five finalists.
John Copeland, the chairman of Jackson Memorial Hospital’s governing board, arrived home Tuesday at 2 a.m. to find an unexpected fax waiting for him – an offer from a Massachusetts-based healthcare company to buy the financially troubled hospital.
Jackson Memorial Hospital is facing a “drastic situation” in which it will run out of money this summer and not be able to pay their employees without an immediate “influx” of cash, Miami Dade County commissioners were told Thursday.
A committee involved in the search for a new president for Jackson Memorial Hospital said Thursday it was willing to pay “up to $975-thousand” for a new hospital chief.
Jackson South Community Hospital welcomed the community to its new medical tower during its grand opening celebration Saturday.
In her letter announcing that she was stepping down as president and chief executive officer for Jackson Memorial Hospital, Eneida Roldan decried “the politically charged environment” that surrounded her 18 month tenure.